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Brighton Journal | 27th May 2020

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Sing Well shortlisted for the Peoples Project

Sing Well shortlisted for the Peoples Project
Hannah Midgley

Sing Well is a small charity in Brighton that runs free singing and music groups for people of any age with long term mental and physical health conditions, including people with dementia.

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It is the only Brighton charity that has been shortlisted for The Peoples Project, a National Lottery Funded initiative. They are asking for your vote, to get up to 50k funding.

The group will improve peoples’ health and wellbeing through singing and music sessions. The project will be open to all, where possible, but will focus on the needs of people over 55 or those with a long term mental or physical impairment. The group will promote singing as a wellbeing tool, as well as a way of breaking down barriers and creating connections between people.

© Sing Well Brighton

The charity was founded in 2014 and is ‘passionate about the power of singing and music to create happy and healthier communities in Brighton and Hove’.

“This very small charity are competing with much larger, well established charities and is the only one that got through to the final from Brighton and Hove. They need people from Brighton and Hove to vote for them to be able to keep doing what they are doing! Please vote!” (Annie Whittingham)

For more information, check out Sing Well’s website, the link is available here.


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